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@foxnews.com. up next, eliot spitzer is out of cnn's arena. at least for now. >> an international sex scandal erupts and so does the media coverage, but was it fair for the press to convict the imf chief before his day in court and the vice-president is tweeting or at least his staff yotake any surce, and place it between the earth's justice down upon it. oh. please sign that card for carl. ♪call 1-800-steemer. >> when the former head of the international monetary fund, dominique straus-kahn, was arrested, the front pages went wild and it started back in may and they mocked the french politician with salacious headlines like these >> the new york daily news. le perv, and sleazy money. and the case seems to have fallen apart and the attention turned on his accuser, a hotel maid, aen new york post, owned by our parent company, an articles claiming she was a prostitute. >> judy, it doesn't get much strange than this case. >> it's an amazing case, one commentator two people d scht k he shall hence forth be known. dsk and the chamber made have been tried in the media absent the presentation of
scandal and then eliot spitzer turned to television for redemption. guess what? he's out of work again. >> that's it for tonight, this is my last program. >> jon: say it ain't so, joe, the vp starts tweeting. on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor, judy miller. syndicated columnist cal thomas. jim pinkerton, fellow new american foundation and host of the alan colmes show, fox news radio, alan colmes, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> oh, my god, it's a stunning verdict. >> the devil is dancing tonight. >> speechless, absolutely speechless. this baby died before her ti time. >> jon: that was just a sampling of the media reaction on the casey anthony trial to florida, casey acquitted of course on first degree murder charges, sentenced to four years on thursday for lying to the investigators during that case. but, she got credit for time served and good behavior. however, her lawyer, cheney mason was none too pleased with the media during that trial. >> they hung her here daily for two and a half years, every channel, every outlet in this community and th
-time work. impo mort zuckerman, eliot spitzer and arianna huffington join us. an august panel, i might say. i know you all have opinions on this. i'm going to start with you, mort. you say when it comes to unemployment, we are worse off than we actually realize. >> yes, because the real unemployment rate is close tore 18% than it is to 9%. the reason for that is the average length of unemployment now is 40 weeks. the number that you referred to, the 9.1% put out by the government, the so-called headline unemployment number, they only count people who have applied for a job in the last four weeks. when you've been out of a job for 40 weeks, you don't apply for a job every four weeks. if you measure it by another government standard, they measure people who have applied for a job in the last six months which makes more sense, the unemployment rate is 15.9%, almost 16%. you referred to the quality of jobs. the fact is in each of those months and indeed for the last 2 1/2 years since president obama's been in office, not a single net permanent job has been created. in the last month, they anno
things in a big hotel. i found it ironic last night that eliot spitzer was interviewing people talking about these sorts of activities, and that cycle is going on and on. if you want to play a drinking game, you know, who wants to take bets of when we're going to have the first appearance of gloria allred? it's inevitable. i'm getting off the point a little bit here. but at some point i think it was around the time of the o.j. case where you had this confluence of a big public figure, it was a juicy trial, and cable news was just becoming a force. it changed the environment in which we operate, at least criminal system operates. because it's not just cases anymore, it's entertainment. it's a whole media frenzy on big cases. and i don't think that's a very good thing, but that is the environment in which we operate. and lawyers have to deal with that now. >> a very good point. we have some questions from the audience. i'm going to ask the first one for paulette. in taking tony's essence, who he is as a trial lawyer, how does you tell that story in the book? paulette's book is for sale i
'm eliot spitzer. welcome to the program. tonight's top story, the intersection of two criminal cases that shook the american sense of justice. the acquittal of casey anthony and the killing of her daughter, caylee and the case of dominique strauss-kahn. what do they have in common? both are cases that were overcharged and under estimated. prosecutors saw not justice, but political gain and public acclaim. both are reality shows designed for effect and high ratings. has our judicial system come to this and can it be saved? in a moment, one of america's great legal scholars gives us his critique. first, a look at the other stories we'll drill down on tonight. getting away with murder. marsha clark was the lead prosecutor in the o.j. simpson case. >> not guilty of the crime of murder. she says finding casey anthony not guilty is even worse. >>> rewriting the sacred words of the founding fathers. how dare anyone try. two great scholars say it's how the old boys would have wanted it. getting the inside scoop on madison and jefferson. >>> then, dominique strauss-kahn isn't likely to face a
could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> from the moment cnn hired eliot spitzer as a talk show host last year, most critics thought he had too much baggage to succeed after resigning as new york's governor for patronizing prostitutes. dumping his co-host did little to improve. now a new program for former cnbc anchor erin burnett. i must say having been on the program a few times spitzer is one aggressive interviewer. this might be an even stranger choice than spitzer. "good morning america" is tapping former kidnap victim elizabeth smart as a contributor. she's going to specialize in missing persons cases, but isn't
form of journalism is. i do think for murdoch, when you talk to folks like eliot spitzer, but there's a real threat to his fcc licenses, because bribing northeastern people if you're a u.s.-based company means you have vulnerability. >> if you're not familiar, which we're all kind of learning this away, america has the law called 9 foreign corrupt practices act, which means if you do business in america, and you exhibit corrupt behavior of some kind, paying bribes, in a foreign land, so let's say you're an oil company bribing somebody in russia to get access to an oil field, i can prosecute you, say you can't be an american business if you're doing that. rupert murdoch may find hemselves in the cross hairs if he is found guilty of having bribed foreign police officers as a way of doing business. there's speculation around this. how real is the possibility that the department of justice would pick up an investigation? >> that was the question i was going to ask. he would have to be prosecuted and found get here. >> from eric holder. >> the other people you didn't say was yes, u.s. co
♪ >>> good evening welcome to the program i'm eliot spitzer. tonight extraordinary even unprecedented developments in the case against dominique strauss-kahn. just six weeks ago dominique strauss-kahn was head of the international monetary fund and a leading candidate for president of france. that all ended back in may when he was pulled off an air france plane at kennedy airport by new york city police. he was charged with assault of a chamber made. dominique strauss-kahn suffered the public humiliation, first a perp walk and then incarceration at ryker's island. today there's serious questions about his accuser and if the charges are even valid. >> at each appearance in the last six weeks we ask you and ask the world not to rush to judgment in this case and now i think you can understand why. we believed from the beginning that this case was not what it appeared to be, and we are absolutely convinced that while today is a first giant step in the right direction, the next step will lead to a complete dismissal of the charges. >> the accuser's lawyer was quick to push ba
filer on that claim. everyone from eliot spitzer to the main ethics group in washington is calling for congress to get involved. a new thing came up today which is, in the states we can prosecute both james murdoch individually as well as the company as a whole, because it is a u.s. listed company under something we call the foreign corrupt practices act. we've used it before. >> so they could be prosecuted here. >> absolutely. >> with the falling stock, is it possible that they would have to get rid of mir their american holdings, like some of the newspapers or even in effect fox news? >> i don't think they're moving to that level of concern quite yet. you have to understand this is still one of the richest media moguls in the entire world. what it does mean is they have made a grab to keep the stock from falling more. they're buying back up their own shares, and that locks up more of that capital, capital that shareholders quite honestly probably want to see being used to go towards the defense of the company. >> elise, thanks very much. >> thank you, al. >>> sheriff joe arpaio c
'm eliot spitzer. tonight's top story, the case which has transfixed many in this country came to a shocking conclusion today even if you were not paying close attention to the casey anthony murder trial. you may well have formed the opinion that many people held -- she did it. casey anthony killed her 2-year-old daughter, caylee. there's just one problem -- the jury did not see it that way. >> as to the charge of first-degree murder, verdict as to count one, we, the jury, find the defendant not guilty. as to the charge of aggravated child abuse, verdict as to count two, we, the jury, find the defendant not guilty. as to the charge of aggravated manslaughter of a child, verdict as to count three, we, the jury, find the defendant not guilty. >> so not guilty on all the murder charges. guilty only on four misdemeanors. we've just gotten this video in of defense attorneys celebrating their victory at a bar near the courthouse. but let's be blunt. many people who saw that verdict did not celebrate. many are asking what was the jury thinking? we've just heard from one of the alterna
. >>> good evening, welcome to the program, i'm eliot spitzer. breaking news tonight. treasury secretary tim geithner could soon be leaving the white house. reports are that he may walk out the door as soon as the debt ceiling crisis is resolved, if that ever happens. while he hasn't made a final decision yet, it continues a pattern of key economic advisers leaving at a time of distress d turmoil in the economy and at a time when the debate about the direction of our economic policy is going to be at the very center of the presidential election. members of the white house team have been walking out the door for months. here are the names of recent departures. take a look at this crowded field as they depart. austan goolsbee, chair of the council of economic advisers. christine romer who head the job before goolsby had it, peter orszag, larry summers and jared bernstein, chief economic adviser to the vice president. if it looks to you like a picture of canhaos in a time of crisis are that's how it looks to me as well. in a moment i'll be talking to chief white house correspondent jessica yell
. >> thank you, anny. oh my goff, a politician's comeback story comes to an abrupt end. eliot spitzer who resigned as new york's governor following a text scandal has had his show canceled. his talk program in the arena debuted last summer. cnn will move cooper from 10:00 to 8:00. the network is hoping to -- >> we know who will replace steve carell on the office. it is actor james spader. he debuted as robert california. the ceo of gender mifflin. the office is headed into its eighth somebody. spader has won emmys for his characters on the practice and boston legal. >>> some kids might have said mommy, who's that really big man reading a book? >> the nba's all-time leading scorer, kareem abdul-jabbar joined u.s. attorney general eric holder and arne duncan yesterday at the department of education headquarters. they're promoting the let's read, let's move summer enrichment series. after some reading, the kids also took part in fitness activities. >>> even after july 4th, military families continue to celebrate america's birthday. >> nancy, i want you out here riding the intimidator, the b
'm eliot spitzer. tonight extraordinary even unprecedented developments in the case against dominique strauss-kahn. just six weeks ago dominique strauss-kahn was head of the international monetary fund and a leading candidate for president of france. that all ended back in may when he was pulled off an air france plane at kennedy airport by new york city police. he was charged with assault of a chamber made. dominique strauss-kahn suffered the public humiliation, first a perp walk and then incarceration at ryker's island. today there's serious questions about his accuser and if the charges are even valid. >> at each appearance in the last six weeks we ask you and ask the world not to rush to judgment in this case and now i think you can understand why. we believed from the beginning that this case was not what it appeared to be, and we are absolutely convinced that while today is a first giant step in the right direction, the next step will lead to a complete dismissal of the charges. >> the accuser's lawyer was quick to push back. >> the victim from day one has described a violent se
pure, i don't know. >> the tour called "speak now." >>> let's move on to eliot spitzer, his show on cnn "in the arena" has been canceled. he was partnered with kathleen parker at one point. jimmy seems very s s about all of this. they're reshuffling the cnn evening lineup by the way, moving around john king and anderson cooper into the 8:00 slots. spitzer losing another job. >> kept his socks on the whole time. >>> natalie portman. she just had the baby boy. >> that's right. >> nobody knew what the name was ununl now. they have just released it. her and her hottie husband. who was her choreographer for "black swan." they announce the son of their -- my goodness, can i talk today? e name of their son. his name is aleph. >> which has a meaning to them. >> it is the first letter in the hebrew alphabet. >> i i hope we got that right. that's right. right? >> yes. so congratulations to them. a new baby boy. now we know what his name is, aleph. . now we know what his name is, aleph. this is not a lipstick. [ male announcer ] it's outlast lipstainfrom covergirl. [ hat
the line whether it will happen, will he get a talk show like eliot spitzer, will he benefit in. >> there has been a slew of these in the political arena. >> you're not going to resign? >> no. >> california governor arnold schwarzenegger, the former presidential candidate and vice presidential candidate john edwards. >> the president of the united states. >> indeed i did have a relationship with miss lewinsky that was not appropriate. >> clinton is still one of the most popular presidents out there. it doesn't seem to have actually hurt him that much in the long run. >> it does send a message to society. it's easy to lie and very often you're going to get away with it. >> providing false information to a law enforcement officer, i will adjudge you to be guilty. >> everybody is speculating how much money she's going to make, book offers, tv deals, what she's going to do. ultimately in the end she's a famous face and in some ways benefiting from these lies. >> it's hard to keep your idealism intact. it's hard to believe you're living in an honest world when dishonesty is everywher
the job market is bad, but how bad is it? aly velshi searched for answers and eliot spitzer. >> you've written something where you say when it comes to unemployment, we are worse off than we actually realize. >> yes, because the real unemployment rate is closer to 18% and the reason for that is the average length of unemployment is now 40 weeks. now, the number you referred to, the 9.1% put out by the government, they only count people who have applied for a job in the last four weeks. when you've been out of a job for 40 weeks, you don't apply every four weeks. if you measure by another statistic, they measure people who have applied in the last six months, which makes more sense. the rate is almost 16%, but there's another issue. you referred to the quality of jobs. in each of those months and indeed for the last two and a half years, not a single net permanent job has been created. in the last month, they announced there were 54,000 jobs created. we lost 140,000 jobs. in the proceeding months, we lost 290,000 jobs cht the net job creation is all in part time work and the problem
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